Kagera Sugar is a Tanzanian football team based in Bukoba. They are a Tanzanian professional football team that competes in Tanzania’s premier league, the Tanzanian Premier League. They have a 5,000-person capacity. Stadium Kaitaba
Simba Sc History
Simba Sports Club is a Dar es Salaam, Tanzanian football club based in Kariakoo.
The club was originally known as Eagles before changing its name to Sunderland in 1936. They were renamed Simba in 1971. (Swahili for “Lion”).Simba SC, along with cross-city rival Young Africans, is one of Tanzania’s two biggest clubs. Simba SC has won 21 league titles and five domestic cups, as well as multiple appearances in the CAF Champions League. They are also one of East Africa’s most powerful clubs, having won the CECAFA Club Championship six times
Simba is known as “Wekundu wa Msimbazi” (The Reds of Msimbazi) and plays at the Benjamin Mkapa Stadium. With 3 million followers and an 89 percent increase in the previous year, Simba was the fastest growing Instagram account among football clubs in 2022.Simba SC has over 5 million followers across all social media platforms, making it one of the most followed African clubs. The club joined TikTok in March 2022 and gained over 10,000 followers in just three days. With a total budget of Sh 5 billion (equivalent to $2.1 million) for the 2019/2020 season, the club is also considered one of the wealthiest in East Africa.
CAF Champions League
The CAF Champions League (formerly known as the African Cup of Champion Clubs) is an annual continental club football competition organized by the Confederation of African Football and contested by top-tier African clubs. The competition is decided by a round-robin group stage with a single-leg final.
It is the most prestigious club competition in African football and one of the most prestigious football tournaments in the world. The official name is TotalEnergies CAF Champions League due to sponsorship reasons.
The tournament winner earns a spot in the FIFA Club World Cup, which is contested by champion clubs from all six continental confederations, and also faces the winner of the CAF Confederation Cup in the CAF Super Cup the following season.
Clubs who finish second or third in their national league but do not qualify for the Champions League may compete in the second-tier CAF Confederation Cup.
Egyptian teams had the most triumphs (16), followed by all three Moroccan, Tunisian, and Congolese clubs, each with six titles. With three clubs having won the championship, Morocco, Egypt, Tunisia, and Algeria have the most winning teams.
26 clubs have won the tournament, with 12 of them winning it several times. Al Ahly is the most successful club in the history of the competition, having won it 10 times. Egyptian clubs have won the championship the most times, with 16 triumphs. Al Ahly are the incumbent champions, having won the 2021 final 3–0 against Kaizer Chiefs F.C.